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  • Ask Tom: After snowfall in early April 1970, did Sox open season on time?

    Dear Tom, In late March and early April 1970 the Chicago area was hit by snowstorms. Were the White Sox able to open their home season April 7? — Ted Davis Orland Park Dear Ted, On March 25-26, 1970, the Chicago area was hit by a major snowstorm...
  • Marla Ridenour: Indians can win division, but White Sox a major concern

    They have the starting pitching. They have the manager. They have the bullpen, although I'm slightly worried about Bryan Shaw's workload. They have the offense, if Jason Kipnis, Brandon Moss and Michael Bourn come through. But I'm having a hard time...
  • Detroit Tigers poised to win AL Central, again

    Detroit Tigers poised to win AL Central, again
    CENTRAL DIVISION 1. Detroit Tigers 2014: 90-72, first place. Last year in playoffs: 2014. Justin Verlander's move to the disabled list because of a triceps strain at the end of spring training was bad news for the Tigers, who need the right-hander...
  • On The Fly: Terrapins Should Fear The Huskies

    If you're wondering what a Terrapin, Maryland's mascot, is, well it's a type of turtle. And a favorite motto among Maryland sports fans is: "Fear The Turtle." The Terrapins oppose the UConn women's basketball team in a national semifinal Sunday night....
  • Sunday at the ballpark: Spring training remains a family tradition

    Sunday at the ballpark: Spring training remains a family tradition
    KISSIMMEE — Garrett Atherton brought his 10-year-old son William to a Houston Astros spring training game Sunday, along with memories of his father taking him to Minnesota Twins games at Tinker Field. James Patterson was reliving with his boys,...
  • White Sox and Cubs on brink: This could be the start of something big

    White Sox and Cubs on brink: This could be the start of something big
    Rejoice, Chicago. It's finally here. For the first time in years, both the White Sox and Cubs begin the season with realistic chances to get back to the postseason, where the Giants and Royals proved last year that anything's possible. The Cubs'...
  • Twins say readiness, not tenure, will drive prospects' promotion

    It's Theo Epstein's problem today. Twins general manager Terry Ryan knows it may be his problem soon enough. Epstein, president of the Chicago Cubs, is at the center of a controversy after announcing that third baseman Kris Bryant will open the 2015...
  • Twins' Ervin Santana gets 80-game suspension after failing drug test

    Twins' Ervin Santana gets 80-game suspension after failing drug test
    FORT MYERS, Fla.  — Minnesota Twins pitcher Ervin Santana was suspended for 80 games by Major League Baseball on Friday after testing positive for the performance-enhancing substance Stanozolol. In a statement released through the players' union,...
  • Twins pitcher Ervin Santana suspended 80 games for positive PED test

    Ervin Santana, scheduled to be the Twins No. 2 starter this season, has been suspended for 80 games for violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing drugs. Santana, who signed a four-year, $54 million contract with the Twins during the...
  • Minnesota Twins' Ervin Santana suspended 80 games for PEDs

    Minnesota Twins' Ervin Santana suspended 80 games for PEDs
    Minnesota Twins right-hander Ervin Santana has been suspended for 80 games without pay after testing positive for the performance-enhancing drug Stanozolol. Santana, 32, signed a four-year deal with Minnesota worth $54 million in the offseason. He was...
  • Former Yankee Ichiro Suzuki will fill many roles off the Marlins' bench

    Former Yankee Ichiro Suzuki will fill many roles off the Marlins' bench
    Marlins manager Mike Redmond has joked about the number of times this spring he has been asked how Ichiro Suzuki will be used. He provided that answer this week — by his actions, not his words. Redmond gave Ichiro a taste of what his season...